Careers

Subscription and Ticketing Services Assistant

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, New York City's preeminent chamber music organization, seeks one responsible, efficient, friendly, self-motivated individual for the position of Subscription and Ticketing Services Assistant. The Subscription and Ticketing Services Assistant is the first point of contact for CMS ticket buyers. He/she represents CMS to the public and therefore shall maintain exemplary customer service policies. Candidates must be extremely organized, have the ability to multitask and self-govern, work well with others, be detail-oriented, have excellent customer service skills, possess a friendly, pleasant personality, be able to lift up to 40 pounds, and enjoy working with the public. Knowledge of classical music is highly important, however, we will also consider candidates who are interested in actively learning more about the chamber music art form. Duties include: processing phone and mail ticket orders, assisting with concerts as required, processing subscription requests, database entry, filing, and additional duties as directed.

This is a full-time position, split between regular office hours and event duties. The candidate must be available to work events on Sundays and weekday evenings. Prior box office experience and working knowledge of the Tessitura ticketing system are preferred. Please send a cover letter and resume to info@chambermusicsociety.org for consideration. No phone calls, please.

Marketing and Development Intern

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center seeks a full-time paid intern for the months of June-August. The internship will be split equally between the Marketing and Development departments.

Marketing duties include assisting with data research and analysis, calendar listings, merchandise inventory tracking, contributing to/measuring social media activity, and aiding in editing of advertising, email, and web copy. The intern will also help with overall scheduling, filing, archiving, data entry, photo preparation, and other duties as directed.

Development responsibilities include prospect research, filing, donor mailings, drafting invitations, assembling concert tracking sheets, data entry, and other duties as needed.

Successful candidate will have experience or strong interest in Arts Administration with knowledge of classical music, be a self-starter as well as a team-player, and possess great attention to detail. Pay is $15/hour for a 35-hour week.

Please send cover letter and resume to info@chambermusicsociety.org. No calls, please.

Executive and Development Assistant

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center seeks a full-time Executive and Development Assistant (EDA). The EDA provides general support for office operations assisting the staff by answering telephones, distributing mail, scheduling office-wide meetings and appointments, and assisting with special projects as they arise. The EDA provides direct support to the Executive, Administrative, and Development Directors; manages the Executive Director’s calendar and travel; drafts correspondence; interacts with board, major donors and the executive staff of other arts organizations; prepares materials and rooms for meetings; assists the Director of Development and the Development Team prepping grant materials, appeals, various cultivation activities, special prospecting projects, and donor research.

Qualified candidates should possess an excellent phone manner; strong writing and communications skills; good interpersonal skills; the ability to multitask; and relevant office experience, including a working knowledge of databases as well as MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point). Interested candidates are asked to send a resume and cover letter to: EDASearch@chambermusicsociety.org. NO CALLS PLEASE